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"Alice Glass raises the bar, opening with 'Forgiveness' from her self-titled EP; a song title that offers a particularly ironic message given its repetitive, unrelenting aggression."
"From the hallway outside the sound of the audience's screams indicate the triumphant conclusion of her set."
"Drummer Simon Poole's beats are so slow it's like you're being hypnotised while floating down a green river of Gibson fuzz."
"Jagwar Ma's set ultimately flatlines in a repetitive Bobby Gillespie-esque vocal maelstrom."
"What we are witnessing here is the slowly grinding mechanism of an artist working through her demons on stage."
"Screaming in a seated theatre of hundreds was entirely intimate and absurd; rousing an adrenaline-fuelled, slightly embarrassed applause from the audience at the end."
"Bent string effects from Dave Kahn make the violin sound like a lap steel; drawing us in and adding a teaser of the weird and masterful complexity that will follow."
"A festival that actually allows you to engage on any level you wish to."
"They then decide to cover OutKast's 'Prototype' and falsetto busting out of nowhere completely flaws the audience."